Amanda and Rielly had a twilight wedding at a local cafe, Little Henri in Melbourne, with a relaxed, intimate ambience.
Amanda and Rielly met online and hit it off immediately, bonding over their shared love of golf and wine. Three and a half years later, Rielly proposed to Amanda while they were camping, amidst a stunning sunset. They were engaged for 17 months and then tied the knot at Little Henri, a venue with the perfect ambience and offered indoor and outdoor options.
Their wedding was exactly what they had planned, an intimate affair with close family and friends. They had a twilight ceremony followed by a night of fun, food, and dancing. The food at Little Henri was a standout, as were all of their vendors, including Lilypad Florist and Hey Jack.
The couple’s favorite moments were the intimate pre-ceremony meet-up at Fairfield Boathouse, where they shared a special moment with their bridal party, and the night of their wedding, when they danced the night away with their loved ones.
Marriage to Amanda and Rielly means getting to call each other “wife”. They have advice for other couples planning their weddings – make sure you do what you want, not what others expect, and it will be one of the most memorable days of your life.
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Photography by One Heart Studios
Caterer & Venue Little Henri
Dress Designer Hannii Couture
Engagement & Wedding Rings The Diamond Guys
Florist Lillypad Flowers
Hair Stylist Corrie Luck
Live Music Lark Music
Makeup Artist Shelby Rose
Suit Designer Anna Cordell